Clipping:The National Association convention rules on judiciary committee decisions
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|Date||Thursday, December 12, 1867|
The order in the evening was the debate of the report of the Judiciary Committee, which settled the momentous questions, why certain games advertised to be played between rival clubs last summer did not take place; also, who won in sundry other games that did take place. The documents and affidavits presented on these questions exceeded in voluminosity the report of the Committee on the impeachment of Johnson. …
The Convention, in session this evening, reversed the decision of the Judiciary Committee that all games between the Union Club of Morrisania and the Mutual club of New York were null and void, under the operation of the previous question.
|Source||New York Daily Tribune|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|